How do I change the order of my photostream on Flickr?
Click “Your Photostream” and then click “Sets.” Click the set of photos to view the arrangement. If you want to rearrange further, click “Edit” to display the thumbnails and then click and drag the thumbnails to update the order. Click “Save.”
Is Flickr online?
Flickr, the photo storage website that had, at its peak, close to 90 million users, is disintegrating, and it’s taking 15 years of internet history with it. Now, free Flickr accounts are, if anything, one extra filing cabinet.
How do I find someone on Flickr?
At upper right on every Flickr page is a Search box. Start typing in it. The default is “Search everyone’s photos.” But you can click ‘more search types’ and choose “Flickr members”. So type the person’s user name there.
What happens when you follow someone on Flickr?
Gary Mack: “Following” on Flickr is often used as a way to “bookmark” someone’s photos that they find interesting. When you follow someone, any new photos they post show up on their home page feed.
What’s the purpose of Flickr?
Flickr is an online photo management and sharing application. It allows you to upload photos and share, edit, organize, and geotag them, as well as create your own galleries and develop image-based projects.
Where is organize in Flickr?
Edit or delete a collection Hover over You and select Organize. Click the Albums & Collections tab. Select a collection listed on the left column and you will be able to edit title and description, edit the collection mosaic, open or delete the collection.
Why are my photos not in chronological order?
If you’ve uploaded pictures and they aren’t in the correct date order, that means the EXIF metadata for those pictures does not contain the correct entry for Date Taken (or it doesn’t contain a date at all).
How do I change the order of photos in a shared album?
Currently the only way to rearrange the photos is to remove them from the shared album and then share them again in the order you want. “And you can sort any of your albums, including Shared Albums, by oldest or newest first.”